Honda could be getting a bigger boost than expected at this year's Indianapolis 500.
Honda already has one big win at this year's Indianapolis 500.
Dragon Racing's legal battle with engine manufacturer Lotus may keep the team off the track Thursday at Indianapolis.
Bryan Herta will try to win this year's Indianapolis 500 with the same engine that took him to Victory Lane last year.
JR Hildebrand doesn't dwell on what might have been in last year's Indianapolis 500. There's no time for that, anyway.
Dragon Racing has sued Lotus for at least $4.6 million in damages, accusing the engine manufacturer of damaging its reputation by spreading "especially outrageous" falsehoods about the IndyCar team while failing to deliver two chassis and hurting its ability to be competitive.
Newman/Haas Racing has withdrawn its entry for the Indianapolis 500, and the pullout puts the race in danger of not having a full 33-car field.
Struggling engine manufacturer Lotus released Bryan Herta Autosport and Dreyer & Reinbold Racing from its IndyCar engine contracts Tuesday.
Michael Shank Racing has filed an entry for Jay Howard to run the Indianapolis 500.